| China |
(Nation, Enemy image)
|Leader||President of the People's Republic of China|
|Interest of||Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Anne-Marie Brady, Tarun Chhabra, Chinese In Britain All-Party Parliamentary Group, Tom Cotton, François Godement, Charles Horner, House and Senate Taiwan Caucus, Sijbren de Jong, Stefan Kirchner, Donald Lu, NewColdWar.org, Richard Nixon, Matthew Pottinger, Peggy Seagrave, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Ezra Vogel|
|Member of||APEC, G-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, UN, UN/SC|
|Founder of||People's Bank of China, TikTok|
|Sponsored by||2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine|
|The most populous nation state in the world|
Not to be confused with the much smaller Republic of China (i.e Taiwan).
China is the world's most populous nation state. Up to 2020 it was a major supplier of material goods to much of the rest of the world, particularly North America and Europe. The COVID-19 panic has caused uncertainty about its continuing to do so.
- 1 Early background
- 2 Economy
- 3 Policies
- 4 Technology
- 5 An event carried out
- 6 A Document by China
- 7 A Quote by China
- 8 Related Quotations
- 9 Events
- 10 Groups Headquartered Here
- 11 Citizens of China on Wikispooks
- 12 Sponsor
- 13 Event Participated in
- 14 Related Documents
- 15 References
It is the world's most populous country, with a population exceeding 1.4 billion, slightly ahead of India. China spans the equivalent of five time zones and borders fourteen countries by land, the most of any country in the world, tied with Russia. With an area of approximately 9.6 million square kilometres (3,700,000 sq mi), it is the world's third largest country by total land area. The country consists of 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, four municipalities, and two special administrative regions (Hong Kong and Macau). The national capital is Beijing, and the most populous city and largest financial center is Shanghai. It has an enormous amount of natural reserves and was the focus of a lot of trade agreements with Asian and European countries in the 1900s. China invented several vital pieces of modern day inventions, from gunpowder and paper to the compass.
Most notably, it gained its role as great power threatening the US when it won the Pacific theater of WW2 by defending from a false flag from Japan - known as the Marco Polo incident - which followed up a civil war between communists and capitalism supported by foreign elements. As the communist Chinese faction won, the other side fled to Taiwan and lost its role in the UN/SC.
|Can China still become the world’s largest economy? - DW Business Beyond|
At the end of 2022, China economy began to became a focus for the SDS-elements shaping the 2020s. China's economic growth fell to its second-lowest level in at least four decades last year under pressure from COVID-19 stimulated real estate slumps. It recovered after restrictions that kept millions of people at home and sparked protests were lifted in 2022. China's economy grew by ~3% in 2022, less than half of the previous year's 8.1% rate, according to Weibo and Xinhua, the second-lowest annual rate since at least the 1970s after 2020, when growth fell to 2.4% at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
China is the #3 nation worldwide as regards arms export from 2012-2016, after US and Russia.
"War on Terror"
- Full article: “War on Terror”
- Full article: “War on Terror”
On March 29, 2017, The Chinese government banned 'abnormal' beards or veils in its heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang, stating that the rules were necessary to necessary to fight "extremism". The Daily Mail also stated that everyone would be forced to watch or listen to state media, and that all cars in the province be fitted with a GPS tracking device.
"Strike Hard Campaign against Violent Terrorism"
- Full article: “Strike Hard Campaign”
- Full article: “Strike Hard Campaign”
The Strike Hard Campaign is a research project into repressive social control run in Xinjiang. In 2018 the BBC accused China of "locking up hundreds of thousands of Muslims without trial in its western region of Xinjiang", and reported that the Chinese government denies the claims, saying people willingly attend special “vocational schools” which combat “terrorism and religious extremism”.
- Full article: Internet/Censorship
- Full article: Internet/Censorship
CNN reports that China spends millions of dollars on software to enable internet censorship, and that it began controlling its citizens' Internet access in the mid-1990s. China reportedly has "around two million people policing public opinion online" In 2015, CNN suggested that about 1 to 3% of Chinese Internet users regularly jump the Firewall to browse the open Internet. Microsoft has produced software which censors particular topics such as the Tianenman Square Massacre. Wikipedia is reportedly blocked in some parts of China.
Persecution of Falun Gong
- Full article: Falun Gong
- Full article: Falun Gong
On 20 July, 1999, around 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners gathered near the central government compound in Beijing to request legal recognition and protection by the Chinese government. The government's response was to declare the religion illegal, and carry out a mass arrests of the 'leaders'. A 2008 UN report suggested that tens of thousands of Falun gong members had been the victims of organ harvesting. As of 2019, illegal detention, torture, murder and organ harvesting of Falun Gong adherents was still ongoing. A tribunal chaired by Geoffrey Nice in London suggested a conservative estimate is that 60,000-90,000 transplant operations were conducted each year.
|China destroyed its tech giants. Here's why., 9 October 2019, TechAltar|
- Full article: US-China trade war
- Full article: US-China trade war
Although the Cold War 2.0 concept was originally formulated with Russia in mind, China has emerged as a focus of the US Deep State. Controlled media focused on China's rapidly structural influence in technology, even being responsible with their state companies such as Huawei for securing European governments their vital ministerial departments.
As a result of the shutdown of many parts of the global supply chain in the late 2010s, Taiwan came under scrutiny for being the de facto sole supplier of computer chips (or semiconductors specifically) for a wide variety of products.
Shortages for every product requiring computer chips, tariffs by the US & EU and increased tensions surrounding Taiwan and Hong Kong, caused prices for computer chips and similar components to skyrocket in 2020, making the world extremely dependent on a rapid recovery of the Chinese (or Asian) economy.
The Chinese government has been pursuing policies consonant with those of the supranational deep state, although several incidents in 2023 such as that of a few spy balloons show it's increasingly spying on North American countries as well.
“The US believes a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon that was shot down over its territory is part of a wider fleet that has spanned five continents.
"The United States was not the only target of this broader programme," Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. He added that the US had shared information gathered from the balloon debris with dozens of other countries. China has denied the balloon was being used for spying purposes, and says it was a weather device blown astray. US officials have described the balloon as being about 200 ft (60m) tall, with the payload portion comparable in size to regional airliners and weighing hundreds - or potentially thousands - of pounds. Its presence in US airspace set off a diplomatic crisis and prompted Secretary Blinken to immediately call off a trip to China - the first such high level US-China meeting there in years. It was later shot down by a US fighter jet off the eastern coast.
Citing unnamed officials, the Washington Post reported that the US believes the suspected surveillance balloon project was being operated from China's coastal Hainan province and targeted countries including Japan, India, Vietnam, Taiwan and the Philippines.”
BBC (2023) 
Cryptocurrency along with the Euro was called a WMD by friend of Elon Musk and deep state actor Peter Thiel.
|The Nixon Seminar - Peter Thiel on Cryptocurrency|
China was once the world’s biggest cryptocurrency centre, accounting for ~70% of the total hash rate — or processing power — of the bitcoin network. China banned crypto in 2021, or more precise the power-intensive process that leads to the creation of new digital currency. That resulted in several miners fleeing to other countries, including the U.S. and Kazakhstan, which borders China. Chinese millionaires quickly set up D.U.M.B-bases to mine crypto secretly.
An event carried out
|Marco Polo incident||Beijing|
|The official start of the Asian theatre of World War 2, and chronologically, World War 2 as a whole.|
A Document by China
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)||Description|
|Document:Human Rights Record of the United States in 2013||report||28 February 2014||Human rights||A report on the Human rights record of the USA through 2013. An official publication of the government of the Peoples Republic of China. A response to the hypocricy of the US government in publishing similar reports on 200 countries and excluding itself - Clearly the US considers itself exempt in such matters.|
A Quote by China
|2021||“In a blunt opening statement before the talks in private, Mr Anthony Blinken said the US would "discuss our deep concerns with actions by China, including in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyber attacks on the United States, economic coercion of our allies". "Each of these actions threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability," he said. In response, Mr Yang Jiechi accused Washington of using its military might and financial supremacy to suppress other countries. "It abuses so-called notions of national security to obstruct normal trade exchanges, and incite some countries to attack China," he added. Mr Yang said human rights in the US were at a low point, with black Americans being "slaughtered".”||March 2021||BBC|
|"Racism"||“Chinese authorities, bolstered by technology, arbitrarily and indefinitely detaining Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang en masse for actions and behavior that are not crimes under Chinese law. And yet Chinese authorities continue to make wildly inaccurate claims that their “sophisticated” systems are keeping Xinjiang safe by “targeting” terrorists “with precision.””||1 May 2019|
|"Strike Hard Campaign"||“The Strike Hard Campaign has shown complete disregard for the rights of Turkic Muslims to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. In Xinjiang, authorities have created a system that considers individuals suspicious based on broad and dubious criteria, and then generates lists of people to be evaluated by officials for detention. Official documents state that individuals “who ought to be taken, should be taken,” suggesting the goal is to maximize the number of people they find “untrustworthy” in detention. Such people are then subjected to police interrogation without basic procedural protections. They have no right to legal counsel, and some are subjected to torture and mistreatment, for which they have no effective redress, as we have documented in our September 2018 report. The result is Chinese authorities, bolstered by technology, arbitrarily and indefinitely detaining Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang en masse for actions and behavior that are not crimes under Chinese law.”||1 May 2019|
|2021||“In a blunt opening statement before the talks in private, Mr Anthony Blinken said the US would "discuss our deep concerns with actions by China, including in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Taiwan, cyber attacks on the United States, economic coercion of our allies". "Each of these actions threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability," he said. In response, Mr Yang Jiechi accused Washington of using its military might and financial supremacy to suppress other countries. "It abuses so-called notions of national security to obstruct normal trade exchanges, and incite some countries to attack China," he added. Mr Yang said human rights in the US were at a low point, with black Americans being "slaughtered".”||China|
|Annalena Baerbock||“As European democracies and part of a transatlantic democratic alliance, we are also in systemic competition with an authoritarian regime like China”||Annalena Baerbock||5 December 2021|
|COVID-19/Zero Covid||“Nearly three years into the pandemic, China is sticking with a strict COVID-19 containment policy that has caused mounting economic damage and widespread frustration, while keeping its borders shut for most international travel.
China has yet to describe when or how it will begin to exit from an approach that it calls "dynamic zero". China says it recognises domestic outbreaks are inevitable, and its policies are not geared towards having zero cases at all times but instead, are about "dynamically" taking action when cases surface. Dynamic-zero is two-pronged - prevention and containment. This year has seen the intensification of both aspects as the highly transmissible Omicron variant spread across China. Prevention focuses on early detection through regular PCR tests, especially in cities, where a recent negative result can be a requirement to enter a business or public facility. Potential or suspected cases are isolated at home or placed under quarantine at a government-supervised facility.
Those deemed close contacts of infected people must quarantine, and even distant or potential contact can result in an order to stay home. Control tactics, aimed at swiftly cutting off transmission chains to forestall outbreaks, involve quarantining cases at government-supervised facilities and locking down buildings, communities or even entire cities. Since March 2020, China's borders have remained shut to most visitors. Arrivals of all nationalities are subject to seven days of quarantine at a facility and three days of home isolation.
Each person's PCR test result is electronically logged on government databases, as well as one's travel history, which is tracked by mobile phone signals. People must keep a "normal" COVID profile with continual negative test results, no contact with infected people and no visits to risky places. Profiles are maintained on mobile phone "health kits". An abnormal profile bars access to public venues and mass transit, and can even require home quarantine for days with electronic seals attached to doors to enforce isolation. Profiles can without warning turn abnormal - indicated by a change in colour or the dreaded appearance of a pop-up window - if one was at a mall visited by an infected person or if one was a contact of a close contact. Sometimes profiles become abnormal even if all the requirements are met. Visits to other cities or provinces may require quarantine on arrival.
Lockdowns, which can be at the building level or much wider, can be sudden. A single case can trigger the lockdown of a building or residential compound, which means people cannot leave. Some lockdowns have lasted for months. Entire cities can be locked down with only hours of notice. Big cities that have been shut, sometimes more than once, include Shanghai, Xian, Chengdu, Tianjin, Shenzhen and even entire provinces and regions such as Xinjiang, Tibet and Jilin.
China argues that its policy saves lives. The authorities acknowledge Omicron is far less likely to cause serious health issues but say its high transmissibility means large outbreaks would lead to a run on medical resources and expose vulnerable groups, including hundreds of millions of elderly people. China's official death toll had stayed near just 4,600 since 2020 until more than 560 fatalities struck Shanghai in April and May, spurring other cities to further enhance their COVID defences. Chinese health authorities predicted last month that for every 100,000 infections there would be at least 100 deaths.
China has yet to approve any foreign vaccines or any domestically made shots based on mRNA technology. Authorities have also not pushed for a quicker pace of vaccination this year, compared with a big vaccination campaign in 2021.As of Tuesday, 3.44 billion doses had been administered, with over 90% of China's population fully vaccinated. But only around 60% of the general population has received booster shots. About 80% of those aged 60 and above have had additional doses.”
|Cold War II||“The United States remains the world’s leading power with global interests, and it cannot afford to choose between Europe and the Indo-Pacific. Instead, Washington and its allies should develop a defense strategy capable of deterring and, if necessary, defeating Russia and China at the same time.”||Atlantic Council|
|18 February 2022|
|Donald Trump/Presidency||“We can't continue to allow China to rape our country, and that's what they're doing, it's the greatest theft in the history of the world”||Donald Trump||May 2016|
|Bernard Montgomery||“The next war on land will be very different from the last one, in that we shall have to fight it in a different way. In reaching a decision on that matter, we must first be clear about certain rules of war. Rule 1, on page I of the book of war, is: "Do not march on Moscow". Various people have tried it, Napoleon and Hitler, and it is no good. That is the first rule. I do not know whether your Lordships will know Rule 2 of war. It is: "Do not go fighting with your land armies in China". It is a vast country, with no clearly defined objectives, and an army fighting there would be engulfed by what is known as the Ming Bing, the people's insurgents.”||Bernard Montgomery||30 May 1962|
|James O'Neill||“Throughout 2020 the Chinese progressively barred imports from Australia, or imposed swingeing tariffs. The professed reasons for doing so by the Chinese were a fig leaf. The intention was clearly to damage Australian exports, and it succeeded, with volumes of goods sold to China dropping dramatically throughout 2020 and into 2021.|
It was not just exports that were affected. China was also the largest source of foreign students in Australian universities, a multi-billion-dollar source of revenue. Literally hundreds of Australian university staff have been laid off in recent months. The Chinese government is openly advising students to look elsewhere for their education.
|Social media||“Social media manipulation was pioneered by Israel in 2009, during its Gaza offensive, not by Russia and China. The UK and the US both have had online "psychological operations" for years. Calling out some actors but giving others a free pass does little to address the problem.”||Clare Daly||10 December 2021|
|Donald Trump||“We owe China $1.3 trillion. We owe Japan more than that. So they come in, they take our jobs, they take our money, and then they loan us back the money, and we pay them in interest, and then the dollar goes up so their deal's even better. How stupid are our leaders? How stupid are these politicians to allow this to happen? How stupid are they?”||Donald Trump||June 2015|
|2014 Kunming Attack||A possible deep event in where assailants pulled out knifes at a train station and stabbed random passengers. Although no group claimed responsibility, Muslim Xinjiang "terrorists" were blamed. As official reaction, the Chinese government ramped up their efforts to mass incarcerate at least 1 million Muslims in Xinjiang.|
|2019 Military World Games||Possibly used by the US as a venue to spread COVID-19 to China|
|2022 Winter Olympics||24th Olympic Winter games|
|Collapsing Chinese people||Right at the beginning of the COVID crisis, videos from China emerged which showed collapsing people.|
|Marco Polo incident||The official start of the Asian theatre of World War 2, and chronologically, World War 2 as a whole.|
Groups Headquartered Here
|Alibaba||28 June 1999|
|Beijing Foreign Studies University||1941||“Cradle of Diplomats"|
|Beijing Institute of Chemical Technology||1958||Technological university|
|COSCO||Huge Chinese shipping and logistics services supplier company.|
|China Global Television Network|
|East China Normal University||1951||An elite research-intensive university|
|Fudan University||1905||One of the most prestigious and selective universities in China|
|Guizhou University||1902||The flagship institution of higher learning in Guizhou province, China.|
|Huawei||Chinese multinational telecommunications company. Not owned by the Western Money Trust.|
|New Development Bank||A multilateral development bank operated by the BRICS states (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa)|
|Renmin University||1937||one of the leading humanities and social science-focused universities in China|
|Tsinghua University||1911||Important Chinese University that took part in the 2021 Monkeypox Tabletop Exercise|
|Wuhan Institute of Virology||China's only BSL4 facility, which carries out "gain-of-function" research, including creation of transgenic novel coronaviruses by combining SARS with HIV.|
|Wuhan University of Technology||27 May 2000|
Citizens of China on Wikispooks
|Margaret Chan||21 August 1947||The WHO Director General who announced 2009 H1N1 swine flu pandemic|
|Shen Dingli||1961||Professor of international relations at Fudan University. Post-docorate from Princeton University|
|Fu Ying||January 1953||Double Bilderberger Chinese ambassador to the UK|
|George Gao||1961||Chinese virologist and immunologist who participated in the notorious Event 201 and the 2021 Monkeypox Tabletop Exercise|
|Yiping Huang||Chinese Triple Bilderberger academic|
|Keyu Jin||13 November 1982||WEF YGL economist|
|Jason Yat-Sen Li||1972||Australian corporate lawyer and businessman. WEF/Young Global Leader 2009, when on the board of China-Australia Chamber of Commerce. Heavy Help from ALP leadership figures to start political career.|
|Bing Liu||1983||May 2020||An assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, was found dead in his home in an apparent murder-suicide|
|He Liu||25 January 1952||Chinese economist/politician who attended the 2014 Bilderberg|
|Yongtu Long||1943||Chief negotiator of China's accession to WTO in 2001. Visitor to the 2004 Bilderberg.|
|Jack Ma||10 September 1964||Chinese business magnate and founder of Alibaba Group. WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/2001. On the Board of the World Economic Forum.|
|Ng Lap Seng||June 1948||"Macau Crime Lord" and kingpin of the international slave prostitution trade. Considered to be a highly influential individual in the Guangdong and Greater China circles. Also said to have close connections with senior Chinese military officials. Ng used a proxy to give more than $1 million into the Bill Clinton 1996 campaign.|
|Zhengli Shi||26 May 1964||Chinese virologist whom Fauci funded to perform "gain-of-function" research on naturally occurring bat coronaviruses to increase their virulence.|
|Cui Tiankai||October 1952||Attended the 2017 Bilderberg as Chinese Ambassador to the United States|
|Meng Wanzhou||1972||Daughter of founder of telecom giant Huawei, taken hostage, legally, by Canadian authorities.|
|Du Wei||2 October 1962||17 May 2020||Chinese Ambassador to Israel found dead in his Herziliya apartment in 2020.|
|Li Wenliang||2020||First raised awareness of COVID-19 by publishing about it online. Disciplined by the Chinese government for "spreading rumours", posthumously pardoned. An early COVID-19 premature death|
|Zhou Xiaochuan||29 January 1948||11th governor of the Peoples Bank of China|
|Luhan Yang||Scientist working on xenotransplantation, cross-species transplants. Berggruen Institute. World Economic Forum Young Leader.|
|Carol Yu||18 January 1983||Chinese broadcast journalist, columnist, television host and media executive. Selected a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2018.|
|Mao Zedong||26 December 1893||9 September 1976|
|Zheng Zeguang||October 1963||Chinese diplomat; posted in the UK|
|Yi Zhang||Chinese financier, Goldman Sachs, attended the 2006 Bilderberg|
|Zhao Zhendong||1967||17 September 2020||Led a technical support team for the research and development of COVID-19 vaccines.|
|Yusen Zhou||May 2020||COVID-19 researcher reported to have worked closely with Zhengli Shi. Died|
|2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine||In a new episode of Cold War 2.0 Russia forcefully halted NATO expansion by invading Ukraine, with financial support of China. Although the EU and US denounced the "war crimes" as multiple cities were bombed, several countries opted less severe sanctions to keep importing diamonds and luxury goods and gas (and their loaned money) from Russia, seemingly creating a new iron curtain in Eastern Europe.|
Event Participated in
|Bandung Conference||1955||1955||Indonesia||Important conference for the global south; participants soon became prime targets for US foreign policy|
|Document:Canada Takes A Hostage: Free Meng Wanzhou||Article||8 December 2018||Christopher Black||Canadians should be angry about these traitors isolating Canada from China, from Russia, from Iran and their great cultures, and condemning Canada to be nothing more than an outpost of the American empire. For traitors they are as they betray the Canadian people by serving the interests of the Americans and their war machine. Free Meng Wanzhou, for so long as she is held hostage, so are we all.|
|Document:China’s Strategy towards Europe: Implications and Policy Recommendations for EU Security||analysis, policy recommendations||26 December 2018||Chris Donnelly|
Samantha de Bendern
|Document:Institute for Statecraft Event China||event plan||26 December 2018||Integrity Initiative|
|Document:Integrity Initiative Weekly Report 16th to 22nd July 2018||report||22 July 2018||Euan Grant||input into media documentaries and fictional entertainment, including specific topics|
|Document:Post Trip Report Euan Grant||post trip report||26 December 2018||Euan Grant||A trip report by Euan Grant|
|Document:Speech by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on 20 August 2017 to the Syrian Diplomatic Corps||Speech||31 August 2017||Bashar al Assad||The US President is not the maker of policies, but the executor. Therefore, the “Deep State” in the United States does not govern in partnership with the President, but leaves him a small margin.|
|Document:The New Silk Road Will Go Through Syria||Article||13 July 2017||Pepe Escobar||Beijing is working non-stop for the Iran-Iraq-Syria triumvirate to become a key hub in the New Silk Road (OBOR). Any bets against a future, booming Shanghai-Latakia container route?|
|Document:US Nuclear Policy Review: The World Is Our Enemy||Article||8 February 2018||Christopher Black||“We (the United States) will keep you guessing as to when and against whom we will use them (nuclear weapons). We will maintain our role as the greatest state terrorist by keeping the nuclear Damocles sword over the heads of the people of the world constantly to ensure that the world acts in our interest.”|
|Document:Why Much of the Global South Isn’t Automatically Supporting the West in Ukraine||Article||28 February 2023||Krishen Mehta||"The BRICS are not imposing sanctions on Russia nor supplying arms to the opposing side. While Russia is the biggest supplier of energy and foodgrains for the Global South, China remains the biggest supplier of financing and infrastructure projects to them through the Belt and Road Initiative. And now Russia and China are closer than ever before because of the war."|
|File:CNAS CooperationFromStrength Cronin 1.pdf||book extract||9 January 2012||Patrick Cronin|
Peter A Dutton
M Taylor Fravel
James R Holmes
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